- Business Consulting
We are telecommunications optimization specialists (Schooley Mitchell is the largest independent telecommunications and credit card processing services consulting firm in North America). We do not provide these services, we objectively consult on these costly services on your behalf. Our service is pretty simple; We provide a 100% risk free analysis of everything you use to communicate, including but not limited to local/long distance phone services, wireless services, conferencing and internet. We also provide an analysis of your merchant services billing accounts. We then prepare a professional report summarizing all your services, so you can clearly see what you have and what you are paying for. We then advise you on how you can do it better and at less cost. Our advice is totally objective, completely independent, therefore, we do not sell any products and we are not aligned with any telecoms or merchant services providers. Our goals are in complete alignment with our client’s, everything we do is in their best interest. The best part, is that there is no fee/charge unless we are able to find savings and you agree to implement the changes we recommend from our report. If we find you savings we then only bill after you have actually received the savings in your bank. Furthermore, this is not a one time effort as we continue to monitor and analyze your telecom and merchant services needs now and in the future using our knowledge, specialists software, research and development, our highly trained analysts and our network of Schooley Mitchell offices across the country.
- Do you have an audit process to go through your Telecom or Merchant services invoices to identify recoverable $$ errors
- Do you have software tools that keep up to date with all market changes and pricing opportunities as they arise?
- Do you have any independent resources to help manage your telecom services other than your vendors?
- Do you reconcile all transactions on each of your invoices each month to identify overcharges or price creep?